As an Industry Dive intern, you'll take on the same projects and responsibilities as our full-time employees. You'll get experience in your field and leave with a significant body of work to add to your portfolio.
There is never a dull day at Industry Dive. As a member of our team, you will have opportunities to innovate and make a real impact on the company. We have many interns that now work with us full-time.
I was able to work on relevant projects that taught me new skills and benefited the company every day. I was working on projects that challenged me and taught me new design and technical skills.
Previously Design intern
Food trucks were definitely a plus – but in all seriousness... Working on code that would be shortly pushed to production was great... The brown bags and intern training session were also very interesting.
Software Engineer II
Previously Tech intern
Participate in company events like going to a Nationals game or cruising along the Potomac
Work with mentors
Learn from your company buddy and receive feedback from department mentors
Build your resume
Improve your resume with suggestions from your mentor
Learn from the founders
Have lunch with the founders and hear about their aspirations for the company
Enjoy startup culture
Take advantage of a casual dress code and free coffee
Receive competitive compensation for your work
Check for openings on the main careers page
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